Patrick Kelly looks to be shown at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
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Patrick Kelly Retrospective to Bow at Philadelphia Museum of Art
In five years during the Eighties, Patrick Kelly made a fashion name for himself, still largely remembered to this day for his whimsical button dresses. Now, Kelly, who died of AIDS in 1990, is the subject of a significant retrospective at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. “Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love,” opening Sunday and running through Nov. 30, will feature archival garments alongside fashion show videos, works by such photographers as Horst P. Horst and Pierre et Gilles, as well as pieces from Kelly’s collection of black memorabilia. Pieces on show range from his dressed covered with big plastic buttons sewn in a heart shape, as well as items that riffed on Coco Chanel, Elsa Schiaparelli and Madame Grès.
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